Tuesday’s Tails

 

This is the Blog Hop that features shelter animals. Find a cat or dog at your local animal shelter and feature them on this Blog Hop! Come join the fun and help a furry friend find a forever home!

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Cricket

CRICKET

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever/Black Labrador Retriever Mix: An adoptable dog in Appleton, WI

Large • Adult • Female

Cricket is a 3 1/2 year old female Chessie/Lab mix. Cricket was bothering chickens, so she had to leave the farm.  She is ok with other dogs, and loves people. She also loves kids. Cricket is learning new things, as she was pretty much an outside, fend for herself dog before she came to CRROW.  Right now she is very starved for attention. She loves water, is all current on her shots and is micro chipped. She is working on her house training.

MORE ABOUT CRICKET

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: Black, Brown or Chocolate • Coat length: Medium

CRICKET’S CONTACT INFO

Chesapeake Bay Retriever Rescue of WI, Appleton, WI

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16 Replies to “Tuesday’s Tails”

  1. Hawk aka BrownDog

    Hi Y’all!

    People who think we are outside fend for yourself dogs should be put outside to fend for themselves in all kinds of weather.

    Y’all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  2. meadowtreejournal

    We have had trained every big dog we’ve had not to get the chickens. So I don’t understand why they could not teach her. You will probably lose a chicken or two in the beginning but they soon get it. Just my personal opinion, that’s all.

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  3. Dogs N Pawz

    She is beautiful! Our Chesapeake doesn’t chase anything. Maybe she is lazy! Anyway, I’m thinking that Chessies are such smart dogs that if they would have spent some time training her, I’m sure they could have fixed the problem. Humans give up too easily.

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